Kinds of sentence ppt

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kinds of sentences by purpose and sentences by structure
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Kinds of sentence ppt

  1. 1. Kinds of sentences: by purpose & based on structure Allis Royer October 8,2013 English Language Arts Types of sentences
  2. 2. Kinds of sentence • Sentence by purpose  Declarative  Imperative  Interrogative  Exclamatory • Sentences based on structure. Simple Compound Complex Compound-complex
  3. 3. Declarative• A declarative sentence is a sentence that forms a statement. It ends with a period. Ex: I went to the amusement park yesterday.
  4. 4. Imperative • An imperative sentence is a sentence that makes a command or a request. It sometimes ends with a period. Ex: Go to bed, now! Go close the door, Jimmy.
  5. 5. Interrogative • An interrogative sentence is a sentence that forms a question. It ends in a question mark. Ex: Why is two wrong? Can you log me in your laptop?
  6. 6. Exclamatory • An exclamatory sentence is a sentence attempts to show powerful feelings, or emotions. It ends with an exclamation point. Ex: Ah, there a snake over there! I love you so much!
  7. 7. Simple • A simple sentence is a sentence that contains an independent clause. Ex: Maddie’s team won the girls basketball game.
  8. 8. Compound • A compound sentence is a sentence that contains two independent clauses separated by a coordinating conjunction. Ex: Mendy, John, and Jack watches television, while Suan eat noodles.
  9. 9. Complex • A complex sentence is a sentence that has an independent clause and a dependent clause. Ex: When Elizabeth handed in her homework, she forgot to put her name on it.
  10. 10. Compound- complex• A compound-complex sentence is a sentence that contains two independent clauses, a dependent clause and a coordinating conjunction. Ex: Although Bob likes to go camping, he hasn’t had the time to go lately, and he can’t find anyone to go with.

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